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  • Strategic Planning Update Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees Annual Planning Meeting September 14, 2004
  • Background  WASC accreditation recommendation  Preparation for transition to three-college District  Rapid growth and increasing complexity of District
  • Important Steps  Adoption of Strategic Planning Model March 7, 2002  Curriculum-Centered Strategic Planning Model (CCSPM)
  • Strategic Planning Process Goals  Enhance District’s planning and operational focus on learners and their objectives  Enhance alignment – both internally and externally  Support transition to three-college District  Promote innovation and improved quality through assessment  Enhance ability to secure outside resources
  • Planning Process Accomplishments Phase I  Adoption of curriculum-centered strategic planning model  Creation of planning culture  Development of planning principles
  • RCCD Entity Planning Principles Approved by the Strategic Planning Executive Committee, April 9, 2004  Learner-Centered Curriculum Model (LCCM) will prevail  One Curriculum  Complete sciences and liberal arts core at each college  All entities will use a single catalog  Common (unduplicated) course numbering scheme  Common course outline  All courses transferable within District
  • One Student Contract  Contract items delineated in Student Handbook  Contract includes:  Matriculation regulations  Limitations on Enrollment  Programs of Study  Degree and Certificate requirements  Attendance and grading policies  Students rights and responsibilities
  • College of Record/Student Records  District Student Application  Student will designate home College at the time of application, but this may change due to their course of study, etc.  District Student Transcript
  • Common Operational Principles  One Employment Agreement per Bargaining Unit  One Student Handbook  One Faculty Handbook  One Management Handbook  One District Calendar  Standard Policies, Processes, and Procedures  Campus Information - Hours of operations may vary from college to college  All entities operate on one District calendar
  • Same WASC Accreditation Cycle for all Colleges  Accreditation reports and visits take place at the same time and according to one calendar  The District office will coordinate accreditation reports and visits
  • Chancellor Office Relations  The District office will coordinate all chancellor office relations in regards to finance, academic, facility planning, data reporting, and related issues
  • State and Federal Relations  The District office will coordinate all relations with state and federal authorities in regards to finance, academic, facility planning, data reporting, and related issues
  • Strategic Planning Process Phase II  Develop academic master plan  Develop tactical plans  Complete transition to a three-college District  Prepare and complete the self- study/accreditation process  Continue to review and refine the planning process
  • Academic Plan Workflow District’s Strategic Planning Committee Campus Strategic Planning Committee Academic Master Plan Academic Planning Council Department (Deans and Chairs) (Develops Academic Plan) Program Review Discipline or Department
  • Figure 2. Campus Strategic Planning Committee Structure Campus Strategic Planning Campus Committee Academic Plan Transition Committee Accreditation Subcommittees: Facilities Student Strategic Human Budget Technology Institutional Services Enroll Mgt Resources Effectiveness
  • Figure 3. RCCD Entity Planning Process (Campus to District) Moreno Valley Strategic Plan Transition Committee (Campus Strategic Planning Committee) Norco Strategic Plan District Strategic Plan (District Strategic (Campus Strategic Planning Executive Planning Committee) Committee) Riverside Strategic Plan (Campus Strategic Planning Committee)
  • Figure 4. District Strategic Planning Executive Committee District Strategic Planning Executive Committee Accreditation Transition Committee Subcommittees: Facilities Student Strategic Human Budget Policy & Technology Institutional Services Enroll Mgt Resources Developme Effectiveness nt
  • Academic Master Plan Highlights  Five Year Plan  Integrated process involving Program Review, Academic Planning Councils and Campus Strategic Planning Committees  Assists in identifying College needs
  • Academic Master Plan Objectives  Meet the Mission, Vision and strategic direction of the District  Provide a framework for budget or resource allocation  Provide continuous assessment/feedback for improvement  Support teaching and learning
  • Program Review Update  5 disciplines completed and approved  English  ESL  Reading  Philosophy  Mathematics  4 disciplines recommended by PRC for approval  CIS  Dental Hygiene  Construction  Chemistry
  • Program Review Update cont’d.  11 disciplines currently conducting self-studies  Psychology  History  Sociology  Photography  Life Sciences  Office Administration  Theatre  Dance  Certified Nursing Assistant  Physician Assistant  Physical Education  At least 20 disciplines remaining
  • Assessment Update  Prepared guidelines to assist disciplines  Supported development of 5 pilot projects  Supported course-based assessment projects  Developed a web site to share assessment info: http://rccd.cc.ca.us/assessment_committee/index.htm  Began background work on identifying learning outcomes for RCCD graduates
  • Assessment Update cont’d.: Examples  English Composition – group reading using scoring rubric for sample papers  Elementary Algebra – pre-test & common final exam  Introduction to Computer Information Systems – final project rubric
  • Riverside Community College District Strategic Planning Phase II Goals Adopted by the Strategic Planning Executive Committee, September 3, 2004  Develop academic master plan  Develop tactical plans  Complete transition to a three-college District  Prepare and complete the self- study/accreditation process  Continue to review and refine the planning process